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English monarchs: George I George II George III George IV William IV 1698-1727 1727-1760 1760-1820 1820-1830 1830-1837 French royalty: Baroque period, Louis XIV Chinoiserie trend, Louis XV Fashion simplicity, Louis XVI Classic period, Louis XVII 1643-1715 1715-1774 1774-1792 1793-1795 Napoleon seized power in 1799 and ruled France from 1804-1814 Louis XVIII Charles X 1814-1824 1824-1830 The Victorian Period (1837-1901) The Victorian Period ranges from Victoria's accession to the throne until her death in 1901.
Every color had its significance. The usual intention was to avert the evil eye or to secure good luck. This was especially helpful when used in combination with gemstones in which the color of the stones could work their magic according to material and hue. To be set injewelry reinforced the spell because of its innate am uletic properties. The ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Tunisians and Turks used color brilliantly and adhered to simple hues with symbolic meanings. There was a strong attraction to triad arrangements: red, yellow, blue; red, blue, white; deep red, medium yellow, blue; deep blue, light blue, white; blue, ochre, black.